One Architecture & Urbanism

One Architecture & Urbanism

Amsterdam, NL and New York


Six under a Tennis Court

Six under a Tennis Court investigates the possibilities of an urban planning that is not suppressed by geometry.

The houses have a tennis court on their roof. This colossal order, as it is called in classical architecture, of tennis courts makes it possible to place each dwelling individually, with every architecture possible. It makes this area of Leidsche Rijn simultaneously into a park, thereby redirecting notions of the public and the private.

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Status: Unbuilt